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Travel Blogs from Waterford

Day 30

A travel blog entry by bigadventure14

5
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... meal of stew cooked with guiness and mash with great traditional live Irish music. Local "smithwick"ale was pretty good too. My travel buddy after enjoying a red wine had some trouble finding the bottom stair on her way to the toilet but seems undamaged so must have had a soft landing! We then walked around the grounds of Kilkenny castle in warm sunshine and started talking to an Irishman about his little dog who kept running off. Found out he was a Hawthorn ...

Our last day in Europe

A travel blog entry by themoloneys

9

... Some of it is intact and some is open to the elements. Quite beautiful. In the same park is Muckross House a beautiful mansion from the 1800s. Walked around the house and the lake but it was raining quite heavily. Had wanted to do some more hiking in the lake/mountain area but too wet. Drove to Kilkenny for the late afternoon and evening. First thing I learned is that ...

Wonders of Britain & Ireland - Day 2

A travel blog entry by gaeburnett

7

... a ferry across the Irish Sea to Ireland. It took four hours to get there. After docking we travelled to Waterford through beautiful countryside arriving at 8 pm. Got to our room after dinner at 10.30pm and it is still daylight. Off to bed for an early start ...

Paris, France to Waterford, Ireland

A travel blog entry by cath-lindsay

2

... flat even though it was plugged in and then it fell off the window. I eventually took a turn off, parked and fixed it but then couldn't work out how to get the car into reverse. After about 100 attempts, I found there was a little sliding thing that had to be lifted up as well. My hotel for the night is the best so far. Had traditional Irish stew for dinner. Was more soup than stew but still tasty. Will go to the Waterford crystal shop tomorrow. It is next to Catherine ...

A crystal experience

A travel blog entry by kcmartin

5

We left Dublin and headed south through the Wicklow mountains. Our first stop was at a cooking school at the Ballyknocken House which was run by Catherine Fulvio. The farm has been in her family for many decades and now she runs a cooking school. Two of our young people assisted with the baking of scones with rhubarb & ginger jam. It was fun to watch the lesson and even more enjoyable eating the ...

     

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